The Sabres came up short in a 4-3 loss to the Anaheim Ducks inside KeyBank Center on Monday and will now hit the road for a two-game road swing before returning home on Sunday.

Jordan Greenway, Tage Thompson, and Zach Benson scored in the loss as Buffalo outshot Anaheim 37-15. Read more in Monday’s postgame report.

Catch up on all the latest team news and headlines here in this week’s edition of Sharpen Up, presented by Ticketmaster.


The Sabres hosted Youth Hockey Day on Monday in celebration of local teams and players in Western New York and Southern Ontario.

Ahead of the game, players were accompanied by youth players as they entered the arena.

Watch the video below to see how each player chose which jersey to wear!

In honor of Youth Hockey Day!

The Sabres also reminisced on their own youth hockey days.

Check out our guys as youth hockey players!

And Hasek’s Heroes was recognized as a Hometown Hero organization. To read more about how Hasek’s Heroes has expanded its partnership with the Sabres and NHL, click here.

Recognizing our hometown heroes!


The team kicked off its Dads' Trip by welcoming its dads and father figures to KeyBank Center on Monday. The trip will continue in Montreal and Columbus this week. Follow along for special content on the Sabres' social media accounts throughout the week. 

See below for game details. 

Wednesday, Feb. 21: Buffalo at Montreal, 7 p.m.

Friday, Feb. 23: Buffalo at Columbus, 7 p.m.

Both games will be televised on MSG/MSG+ with pregame coverage beginning at 6:30 p.m. Fans without cable can also stream MSG on Fubo. Radio coverage can be found on WGR 550.


The Sabres will host Choose Love Night when they return home on Sunday to put a spotlight on the Black community and local Black-owned businesses throughout Western New York.

Puck drop is set for 6 p.m.

Secure your seats here. 

Elle James Decor and Black Monarchy, two local retailers, will have tables set up in the 100-level concourse to engage with fans by sharing products and information about their businesses in the Sabres' new Diversity Shop. 

For more information on the Diversity Shop at KeyBank Center, click here.


The Rochester Americans currently sit in third place in the AHL’s North Division standings with 54 points and a 24-17-5 record after recording points in six of their last seven games while going 4-1-2 in those contests.

In Monday’s matchup with the Toronto Marlies, goaltender Devon Levi made a career-high 52 saves to lead the Amerks in a 2-1 overtime win over the Marlies. Jeremy Davies tallied the game-winning goal in the final seconds of the overtime period while Mason Jobst scored the game-tying goal in the second period.

Rochester hosts Belleville on Wednesday at 7:05 p.m.



Check out some of our favorite content from Military Apprecation Night last Thursday!

91-year-old veteran Dick Remmele announces lineup

Recognizing our hometown heroes!

In honor of Military Appreciation Night